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(Savannah airs Mondays at 9:00 p.m. on The WB)
"Savannah," the steamy, one-hour dramatic series from Aaron
Spelling, chronicles the lives and loves of three contemporary southern belles divided by
their bloodlines. Their childhood bond is tested by adultery, fraud, conspiracy, jealousy
and even murder. Lane, Peyton and Reese couldn't be more different from on e another --
their only link, southern heritage and loyalty, which is constantly tested.
From prolific producers Aaron Spelling and E. Duke Vincent
("Dynasty," "Melrose Place" "Beverly Hills 90210") and the
talented team of James Stanley and Dianne Messina Stanley ("Knots Landing")
comes "Savannah," an hourlong drama exploring the unique and passionate world of
Set against the backdrop of pure southern wealth, romance, power and
scandal, "Savannah" explores the lives of three vastly different young women who
are bound together by their common southern roots.
Lifelong best friends Lane (Lively), Peyton (Luner) and Reese (Sturges)
couldn't be more different from one another. They share more than just goals and gossip;
beneath their multi-layered exteriors are desires and secrets each would dare not divulge.
Peyton Richards walks on the wild side of life; with street smart savvy
and ambitious aspirations to better her life, she goes after, and usually gets what she
wants -- and that's just about anything her friend Reese has -- including her soon-to-be
husband Travis Peterson (George Eads). Because her mother Lucille (Wendy Phillips) is
Reese's live-in housekeeper, Peyton grew up surrounded by the wealth of Reese's family,
yet never feeling entitled to fully indulge in it. Definitely the most impetuous of the
trio, Peyton uses her wits and feminine wiles to charm the best of them.
Career conscious Lane has the highest aspirations for herself as a
journalist. After graduating from Columbia University, she quickly saw that her job at the
New York Times circulation desk wasn't guiding her to the glamorous life in the fast lane
she had intended for herself. Easily the most level-headed of the three, she'll
energetically charge ahead despite a run of bad luck and unfortunately, no one's luck is
any worse than Lane's. In fact, the only good thing about being back in Savannah with her
best friends is running into her first love -- Dean Collins (Gail) -- the all-around
altruistic police officer, who still carries a torch for her.
Born with a silver spoon in her mouth, Reese Burton has led a sheltered,
practically perfect life. Protected by her fabulously successful and wealthy father Edward
Burton (Wise), the good-natured Reese, naive to a fault, thinks the best of everyone and
is completely unaware of Peyton's designs on her fiancee Travis. Vulnerable and innocent,
Reese continues to have the best of everything and remains generous and giving, even when
it can be to her detriment.
The childhood bonds that tie Peyton, Lane and Reese together may not be
enough to see them through adultery, fraud, conspiracy, jealousy and even murder -- only
time will tell -- as their loyalty builds to an ultimate test.
Scandalous turn of events in "Savannah" conveniently coincide
with the arrival of super slick con artist Tom Massick (Satterfield) and his sexy cohort
Veronica Koslowsky (Toussaint), who can match Massick scheme for scheme and lie for lie.
Born and bred in Savannah, Massick has something to prove -- and wants a
big piece of the action. His hatred for Edward Burton runs deep and nothing will stop him
from destroying the man he feels is directly responsible for tragic events from his
childhood. As Massick quickly enters the lives of all involved, no one suspects how much
influence he can have nor how much things will change. One thing's for sure -- as the
complexities of "Savannah" and its inhabitants reveal themselves, southern
mystique will take on a new meaning -- one that's sure to change all involved, whether
they like it or not. Aaron Spelling, E. Duke Vincent, Jim Stanley and Dianne Messina
Stanley are the executive producers of "Savannah." Lynn Latham serves as
executive consultant with Connie Burge as the supervising producer. Jim Davis is the
producer and Betty Reardon is the coordinating producer. "Savannah" is a
Spelling Television Production for The WB Network.
Starring Robyn Lively, Jamie Luner, Shannon Sturges,
David Gail, Paul Statterfield, Beth Toussaint and Ray Wise, "Savannah" airs
Sundays (9:00 - 10:00 p.m. ET/TP) on The WB Network.
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